A Maple Manual for Engineering Mechanics: Statics - Computational Edition

A Maple Manual for Engineering Mechanics: Statics - Computational Edition

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This supplement is intended to teach the reader how to solve Statics problems using Maple. While the manual suggests ways to use Maple to enhance your understanding of statics and teach you efficient computational skills, you should feel free to browse the Maple manual and create your own methods for solving statics problems and for using Maple. Quality technical documents can be created entirely within maple. This manual is an example of this and demonstrates the software's capability. As a consequence, the input and output for formats presented in this manual are consistent with actual Maple input and output. Explanations are provided for the generation of symbols and operators that do not appear on the standard keyboard. Any input that is executed remains in memory and can be used for future calculations. This Maple manual consists of 11 chapters. The first chapter is a general introduction to Maple that concludes with a sample application and can be studied while reading the first chapter of the accompanying Statics text. This is followed by 10 more chapters where appropriate maple solutions are presented for the sample problems in the text. Chapter 1 - Using Maple Computational Software Numerical Calculation Working with Functions Symbolic Calculations Solving Algebraic Equations Graphs and Plots Applications of Maple to a Statics Problem As well as solutions to sample problems from the main text, this manual also covers the following topics: Maple as a Vector Calculator; Solution of Simultaneous Linear Equations; Using Maple for Other Matrix Calculations; Scalar or Dot Product; Vector or Cross Product Between Two Vectors; Parametric Solutions; Solution of Nonlinear Algebraic Equations; Numerical and Symbolic Integration; Three-Dimensional Scatter Plots; Discontinuity Functions; Cables; Wedges; Belt Friction; Ratio of Tensions vs. the Coefficient of Friction and Contact Angle; Principle Second Moments of AreaThis manual is an example of this and demonstrates the softwarea#39;s capability. As a consequence, the input and output for formats presented in this manual are consistent with actual Maple input and output.


Title:A Maple Manual for Engineering Mechanics: Statics - Computational Edition
Author: Daniel Balint
Publisher:Thomson Engineering - 2007-01
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